Leeward Community College is committed to maintaining and promoting safe and respectful campus environments that are free from sex discrimination and gender-based violence.
We are here to help
COVID-19 UPDATE TO UH CONFIDENTIAL ADVOCACY PROGRAM
For O'ahu Campuses: We are aware that people who are surviving violence may be experiencing increased isolation and danger caused by confinement, economic stress, and health insecurity. A confidential advocate will continue to be available to our O'ahu students and employees Monday-Friday 9am-5pm by phone and email.
Title IX seeks to protect Leeward Community College faculty, staff, and students from gender discrimination and sexual violence through community empowerment and engagement.
For situations involving (non-emergency) concerning behaviors, contact our Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) team.
Your voice matters!
Leeward students – take our Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Harassment and Gender-based Violence. Weʻll be giving out gift cards each week for early responses!
This survey is part of an effort that began in 2017 which was aimed at helping colleges prevent sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence on campus. The survey will be open from January 26 - February 26, and all UH students aged 18 and older are eligible to participate.